Cultivating Balance: Life and Pediatrics By Holly Tarson An affable, soft-spoken man with a gentle, unassuming presence, all wonderful qualities in a pediatrician. Dr. Joseph Malak strives to foster an environment that allows all the mindful practitioners who work with him to continue fulfilling the Bambini motto: Wholesome Medical Care for Kids. Keep reading.
First Step Toward Equal Pay for Equal Work By Mary Pleshette Willis I was twenty-two when I was hired to be a secretary in the business section of Newsweek magazine. The year was 1968. Richard Nixon was president, the Vietnam War was raging, abortion was illegal and the women’s movement was picking up speed. Keep reading.
Wherever They May Roam By Jeff Simms As the climate changes, wildlife habitat is changing, too. Food sources dry up or disappear. Stronger storms cause flooding and erosion, while cool temperatures, historically found in places like the trout streams of the Catskills, are slowly becoming warmer. Animals, therefore, are on the move. Keep reading.
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